Gianluca Marziani, Scala Mercalli
Scala Mercalli refers to the “The Creative Earthquake of Italian Street Art” and is the essential anthology of this fascinating movement...
Alex Flach, Berlin Calling
In Berlin Calling, Alex Flach presents an extraordinary collection of photographs that explore life in his native city over the last twelve years...
Jeremy Fish, Rome-antic delusions
Rome-antic Delusions is described by the artist as a type of “word play where reality and fantasy meet”, a reflection of both sides of his artistic persona, solitary introspection and the exuberance of changing perspectives. Complete with an exclusive interview and many entertaining contributions from his contemporaries such as Travis Millard, Jeff Soto and Mel Kadel, this book provides a fun and insightful journey in to the fanciful world of Jeremy Fish.
Pax Paloscia, Let the Kids Play
Pax Paloscia is a visual artist born in 1974, in Rome, Italy. Influenced by street art, she runs endlessly the world fitted with a camera and a suitcase full of memories...
Elisa Montessori, Anne Marie Sauzeau: Sotto il Segno di Dafne
Coherent with the rest of her opus, these works are inspired in colours and techniques by the Asian culture, with a particular focus on the delicate butterflies and the famous classic myth on Daphne.
Bo, Microbo, The Don, Izastikup
Izastikup is the product of a decade’s worth of collecting, exchanging and displaying some of the most iconic stickers that have defined the streets...
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